Üksikutele (tłumaczenie na angielski)

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For those who are alone

Do you remember that year, 1985?
When our love led us to the park
and then from an open window
we heard this tune:
 
This song is for those, who never complain,
about loneliness tearing away their soul.
This song is for those, who have known longing
and toil and have drunk from their tears.
This world, outside of you,
is empty from the inside and filled with lonely people,
who have forgotten tenderness and care,
sorrow filling the crevices of their soul.
Who have nowhere to go,
no one ever asking from them: "How are you?",
who wander alone in an empty city,
only because they don't want to go home, where the silence is maddening.
 
This song is for those, who never complain,
about loneliness tearing away their soul.
This song is for those, who have known longing
and toil and have drunk from their tears.
When an open heart keeps you alive,
then hold him/her too, and very tenderly,
because the heart if fragile like a little songbird,
more fragile than your tender soul.
It's song has cooled off, even silence has disappeared,
everything is passing by, not ever coming back,
even a true companion is travelling foreign paths,
he/she left when you were asleep.
 
This song is for those, who never complain,
about loneliness tearing away their soul.
This song is for those, who have known longing
and toil and have drunk from their tears.
This song is for those, who never complain,
about loneliness tearing away their soul.
This song is for those, who have known longing
and toil and have drunk from their tears.
 
Do you remember that year, 1985?
When our love led us to the park
and then from an open window
we heard this tune...
 
Udostępniono przez RLemurRLemur dnia pon., 16/06/2014 - 18:26
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The Estonian language doesn't differentiate genders in the word "tema" ("ta", "tedagi" - in various forms). So it can mean either "he", "she" of "it".

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